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Creating a REST API with Spring Boot and MongoDB

This year I greeted Christmas in a different fashion: I was a part of the Java Advent Calendar. Let’s boot up for Christmas: Spring Boot is an opinionated framework that simplifies ...
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The Inconvenient Truth About Dynamic vs. Static Typing

Sometimes there are these moments of truth. They happen completely unexpectedly, such as when I read this tweet: Good discussion of Facebook Flow – http://t.co/5KTKakDB0w — ...
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Good Enough

We hear a lot about building products which are “good enough” or “just barely good enough.” How do we know what “good enough” means for our customers?  No one really tells ...
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5 ways to initialize lazy relations and when to use them

Lazy loading of relations between entities is a well established best practice in JPA. Its main goal is to retrieve only the requested entities from the database and load the related ...
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One Jar To Rule Them All: Arquillian + Java 8

With Java 8, a lot of new language improvements have been implemented for making life of developer easier. In my opinion, one of the greatest things it has Java 8 is that in some situations ...
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Own your heap: Iterate class instances with JVMTI

Today I want to talk about a different Java that most of us don’t see and use every day, to be more exact about lower level bindings, some native code and how to perform some small ...
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Gradle Goodness: Continue Build Even with Failed Tasks

If we run a Gradle build and one of the tasks fails, the whole build stops immediately. So we have fast feedback of our build status. If we don’t want to this and want Gradle to execute ...
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On heap vs off heap memory usage

Overview I was recently asked about the benefits and wisdom of using off heap memory in Java. The answers may be of interest to others facing the same choices. Off heap memory is nothing ...
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JGit Authentication Explained

Authentication in JGit is mostly on par with native Git. Commonly used protocols like SSH and HTTP(S) and their authentication methods are supported. This article summarizes how to ...
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When Should You Move from Iterations to Flow?

I’m writing part of the program management book, talking about how you need to keep everything small to maintain momentum. Sometimes, to keep your work small, teams move from iterations ...
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